Cornish chough

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(Her.) a bird represented black, with red feet, and beak; - called also aylet and sea swallow.
See Chough.

See also: Chough, Cornish

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The flag is based on the coat of arms of Edwin of Tegeingl, a former kingdom which covered most of the present county, and features a Cornish chough in each quarter of a black engrailed cross on a white background.
To which family of birds does the cornish Chough belong?
The black and gold logo replaces the previous crest which featured a fisherman, miner and a Cornish chough.